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by Annie Latham
Feb 15, 2010
There was quite a bit of chatter this week covering reviews of the Pre Plus, reaction to the Verizon Pre Plus "Mom" ads, run-up to what may come at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and some...
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by Dieter Bohn
Feb 12, 2010
Now that we've taken the full tour of other smartphones and seen everybody else's reaction to webOS, it's time for me to chime in with a few finishing thoughts on webOS for the Smartphone Round...
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by Dieter Bohn
Feb 08, 2010
It's time to round up what my colleagues at SPE had to say about webOS for the Smartphone Round Robin. After the break, their take, my take on their take, and then your take (in the form of...
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by Dieter Bohn
Feb 03, 2010
After representing Windows Mobile for two years running the Smartphone Round Robin, this year I'm taking at a look at it from a webOS user's perspective. Windows Mobile (which can be found on...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jan 20, 2010
It's the penultimate week of the Smartphone Round Robin and my task this week is to try to understand where Windows Mobile / Windows Phone is at these days.  I'm seeking advice from Windows...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jan 20, 2010
Stop me if you've heard this before: Smartphone OS available on a variety of carriers in an ever-increasing array of devices, with powerful but difficult-to-manage multitasking, a user...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jan 14, 2010
RIM's approach to the BlackBerry platform is diametrically opposed to Palm's strategy with webOS: instead of Palm's complete overhaul, RIM has opted for continuous and relentless incremental...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 29, 2009
The competition for “most open” software platform will always be a fierce one. It all depends on what your definition of “open” is. Do that mean open and easy development, like webOS, or do you...
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by Dieter Bohn
Dec 28, 2009
  The Smartphone Round Robin rambles into week three - and this week I'm taking a look at the BlackBerry platform. RIM has recovered from the original Storm (which we luckily didn't need to review...
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by Dieter Bohn
Dec 26, 2009
In some ways, Palm and Nokia might be polar opposite companies: one is a perennial underdog who has mainly seen modest success in the US market, the other is a global giant who sells more...